Found September 19, 2013 on Sportress of Blogitude:
This just in: Segways, already a somewhat hilarious means of conveyance on their own, make videobombing, an already totally hilarious means of interruption, so much better. They’re like the peanut butter and chocolate of tomfoolery and horseplay. No further evidence is required of that truism than the antics of Kansas City Royals players Jeremy Guthrie […]The post Jeremy Guthrie, Salvador Perez ride Segways, videobomb interview (video/GIF) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
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